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Virginia Officer Prevents Suicide, Just One Week After Intervention Training

December 23, 2014
Body-mounted cameras on officers recorded as Newport News police officer Andrew Gohn knelt to the ground. He asked the man about his problems and encouraged him to talk about his kids, preventing him from making good on suicide threats. More Here.

Video: Virginia Officer Prevents Suicide, Just One Week After Intervention Training

December 23, 2014
Body-mounted cameras on officers recorded as Newport News police officer Andrew Gohn knelt to the ground. He asked the man about his problems and encouraged him to talk about his kids, preventing him from making good on suicide threats.

Pennsylvania Officers Rush to Rescue After Boy, 10, Shoots Self

November 18, 2014
As it turned out, Mackey, an officer in Folcroft, Pa., and Sharon Hill, Pa., officer Stephen Mummo may have saved the 10-year-old's life after they rushed to the shooting scene at a Darby Township auto-body shop.

Video: Michigan Family Sues 20 Officers, Says Mother's Murder was Covered Up

June 12, 2014
Her children believe she was murdered and police in both Grosse Pointe Farms and Grosse Pointe Woods say there’s no evidence to suggest Romain’s death was anything other than a suicide.

Michigan Family Sues 20 Officers, Says Mother's Murder was Covered Up

June 12, 2014
Her children believe she was murdered and police in both Grosse Pointe Farms and Grosse Pointe Woods say there’s no evidence to suggest Romain’s death was anything other than a suicide. Read Full Story Here.

NYPD Lt. Who Ordered Fatal Tasering of Psychiatric Patient Commits Suicide

October 2, 2008
Lt. Michael Pigott, a 21-year veteran, shot himself to death just before 6 a.m. after reporting to work at the Emergency Services Unit headquarters at Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, police sources said.
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